Vannyel wrote:Of course you are right Hartzell, your friend would have to just settle for a landing visa for the next two or three years...and when he came back he would have to start all over again. But then again...he knew this almost 40 years ago..didn't he?
BollocksTraveller wrote:Spack, just on a point of order, unless the rules in UK have been changed from the time when my first wife obtained UK citizenship, then your Taiwanese wife WOULD be required to give up her ROC citizenship by the UK authorities.
The UK does not allow for the obtaining of dual nationality other than by birth, even a US citizen wanting to take up UK citizenship would have to relinquish their US passport etc.
That is because Singapore does not allow dual nationality, Article 134 of the Singapore constitution would force her to give up her Singapore nationality if she takes another nationality, not UK law.Traveller wrote:Matthew, as and when my first wife took up her UK nationality it was not bollocks. She had no option to relinquish her Singapore nationality.
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